Spam Emails are Targeting Your QuickBooks Credit Cards!

What you need to know to safely purchase your QuickBooks and Intuit Software’s

To my surprise, I received an email from Intuit about my credit card being declined while purchasing a QuickBooks Payment – Merchant Service. Really? How can this be? I entered the right numbers and dates when I ordered my products and my credit score is good. In fact I just inquired about my credit score because I was looking into taking out a loan. So, I called Intuit support and checked my online statement and it turns out that this email was spam and was not actually from Intuit. So beware of the spam emails that may find their way into your email, they may be the cause of your downfall or the perk that saves your business thousands of dollars.

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By |2017-03-17T12:01:56-05:00June 15th, 2015|2 Comments

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With more than thirty years of experience in the real estate and property management industry, Gita Faust is more than just a real estate investor; she is also popular for her work as an accountant, consultant, mentor, speaker, QuickBooks Top ProAdvisor, QuickBooks Solution Provider, member of Intuit’s Trainer/Writer Network, and, of course, author. As the CEO and owner of Fast Trac Consulting, Gita is well-known for her exemplary leadership and advisory skills. In fact, she even helped pioneer the adaptation of QuickBooks to suit the needs of professionals in real estate and property management. To share her knowledge and experience with others, she has written a series of courses titled Simplified Accounting Solution, which provides step-by-step guidance for those working with QuickBooks.


  1. Todd Smitherman June 15, 2015 at 11:09 pm - Reply

    If you read the email closely, it is poorly worded with grammatical errors, not something Intuit would write. Also, I would think something of this nature would be addressed to you, not just “Dear user”. And “undisclosed recipients” in the To: field indicates it is probably bulk mail, again not personalized.

  2. Tony June 15, 2015 at 9:11 pm - Reply

    Hi Gita,

    I would point out that the email (as you show above) was sent “To: undisclosed-recipients”

    That would be the singular RED FLAG that it was NOT LEGITIMATE TRANSACTIONAL EMAIL being sent directly to you (by a merchant).

    Tony Patti

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